Szilárd Suhajda and Dávid Klein are Hungarian climbers and great guys who, without the help of supplemental oxygen, conquer the world's highest peaks. Our longstanding and very successful cooperation is, therefore, something we are very proud of.
Our philosophy about the production of new products is a bit different than usual. We do not publish a new collection every three months, and the range of our products is relatively stable.
Beautiful views, breathtaking sunsets and sunrises, but also seemingly mundane moments with friends on a hike - these are all the moments that nature has to offer, which would sometimes be a sin not to capture them through the lens.
Although the winter is not over, the weather has already reminded us several times that spring is around the corner and hiking season without the need for hiking spikes on shoes and many layers of clothing will soon become a reality.
The brand ZAJO has undergone a very dynamic development in 24 years of its existence. Naturally, the rabbit from our logo could not lag, and as the company grew and gained strength, he grew along with us to its present form. Read the story hidden behind the hare head that is currently decorating our products.
Whether you are fit for a quarter-day hike or several-week trekking - Europe and its mountains offer incredible experiences for every type of tourist and you will find the most beautiful places in the world at your fingertips.
The Black Forest in Germany. A mysterious place in which sunshine is a rarity. The branches and leaves are literally a fortress that protects the darkness so typical for this strange part of Germany.
The Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights is one of the most beautiful phenomena to be observed on our planet, and many adventurers rank this experience at the top of their bucket list.
Winter hiking has its charm and even the hikes you have taken in the summer become a completely new experience under the snow cover. At the same time, winter tourism is also specific in that it carries certain risks and requires different needs than summer tourism.
Every expedition makes the story. No wonder, then, that great mountain adventures have produced countless books, some of which have become legends.